EXCLUSIVE: Rory McIlroy “doesn’t listen to anyone” as ex-agent speaks out brutally after caddie fire demand as the full details below ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️

By | June 21, 2024

Exclusive: Rory McIlroy “didn’t listen to anyone” – former agent speaks out harshly after caddie sack request, details below ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️


Rory McIlroy missed out on his fifth major win at the U.S. Open last Sunday again, and many decided to blame his caddie, Harry Diamond.


Rory McIlroy’s former agent, Andrew “Chubby” Chandler, rushed to the defence of Northern Irishman Harry Diamond’s caddie after last Sunday’s dramatic U.S. Open final.


McIlroy was sure of winning his first major in 10 years on the second hole at Pinehurst, but was overtaken by 54-hole leader Bryson DeChambeau. McIlroy had a two-stroke lead with five holes to go in North Carolina, but a series of errors in the closing stages caused him to miss points.


Most notably, the four-time major champion missed short putts on the 16th and 18th holes to ruin his chances. Questions have also been raised about McIlroy’s game management after his club choice on the 15th and 18th tees put him in tricky positions.


The first occurred when the 35-year-old got on the green on the par-3 15th and ended up hitting his 7-iron behind the putting surface. He came away with a bogey before suffering the same fate on his 72nd hole of the week, coming out of position off the tee after hitting the back of his driver on the 18th tee.


In the previous three rounds, McIlroy had played three-way until the final hole, but changed his strategy in the fourth round. Meanwhile, many have blamed caddie Diamond for his role in two costly tee shots after the tournament ended.


But one man who knows the four-time major champion well believes the decision-making remains McIlroy’s own. “You can’t blame the caddie because (McIlroy) doesn’t listen to anybody. Anyone who blames the caddie doesn’t know what they’re talking about,” he said. Jon Rahm responds to Rory McIlroy’s miss that cost him the US Open


Rory McIlroy missed two short putts on the final two holes to give Bryson DeChambeau victory at the US Open, his first major championship in 10 years.


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